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Football

Nigerian football farce
Anyone in Africa who follows football is aware of the farce that has been going on in the football house. Read full blog
Shakes, Big Boss and Cape of Good Hope
When South Africa and Nigeria meet tonight in Cape Town, one word will dominate the thoughts of players, coaches and fans -- hope. Read full blog
The value of Vilakazi
With Sibusiso Vilakazi having coming off the bench to score a brace for Bafana Bafana against Sudan, the role of reserve players has come to the fore. Read full blog
International weeks 'mean little' to Kenyans
The ultimate football experience for a fan is watching the Fifa World Cup which is held every four years. Read full blog
The shocking truth about the BPL
Having taken stock of the opening exchanges in the new BPL season, it looks as if the league’s key strength will once again make this a campaign to savour. Read full blog
Soccer scribbles from Sudan - Day 3
It was match day and, in Sudan, Fridays are normally regarded as "vacation" time. The plan was to go to the Nile River. Read full blog
Fifa compound Nigerian woes
This must be the worst period in the history of Nigerian football. I cannot recall a time quite like this. Read full blog
Ghana paying for disrespecting fans
It takes a certain level of consistent disrespect to get fans to reach tipping point. Somehow, the current Ghana team has managed it. Read full blog
Nigeria football: elections to Nollywood
I will borrow a line from Mark Anthony’s famous speech at Ceasar’s funeral by saying: Friends, Nigerians, “Football Stakeholders”, lend me your ears. Read full blog
What next for Rwanda?
For the last fortnight I have been pondering the flow of events if Rwanda had not been disqualified from participating in the Afcon group stage qualifiers. Read full blog
Is this Chelsea stoppable?
Three league games and three emphatic victories of world class calibre. That's Chelsea 2014/2015 for you. Read full blog
Soccer scribbles from the Sudan – Day 2
In the previous blog I indicated that the bus ride from the airport to the hotel was interesting. Well it was just that – highly decorated interior with classic curtains but effective. Read full blog
The big Dolly debate
On the back of a stellar season, there was no doubt in my mind that Keagan Larenzo Dolly was going to be a man in demand. Read full blog
Soccer scribbles from the Sudan– Day 1
It was an early start for me as I had to be at Oliver Tambo International at 4am. I was among the first of the travelling party to arrive. Read full blog
A cheat is a cheat is a cheat
You can dress it up any way you want to. A cheat is a cheat is a cheat. Read full blog
Spending aside, Manchester United’s Identity is gone forever
When Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea, Sir Alex had just won a league title for Manchester United. Little did he know he’d have to wait for three seasons for another league crown. Read full blog
Where are Kenya's strikers?
I was watching the English Premier League match between Everton and Chelsea on Saturday night and couldn’t help wishing that more games I watched were that exciting. Read full blog
Spurs will challenge for the title
It was in my room in Rustenburg, during the last Afcon, that I noticed the style that Mauricio Pochettino wants his teams to adopt. Read full blog
Borrowing from best practice
The late Irish scribe and poet Oscar Wilde once famously opined that “youth is wasted on the young.” However, I believe our talented young players will rise to the challenge. Read full blog
United in condemnation
The British football press showed tremendous solidarity this week when they all leaped on the same bandwagon. Read full blog

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Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Nigerian football farce
Anyone in Africa who follows football is aware of the farce that has been going on in the football...

Emeka Enyadike
Shakes, Big Boss and Cape of Good Hope
When South Africa and Nigeria meet tonight in Cape Town, one word will dominate the thoughts of...

Neil Tovey
The value of Vilakazi
With Sibusiso Vilakazi having coming off the bench to score a brace for Bafana Bafana against...

John Dykes
The shocking truth about the BPL
Having taken stock of the opening exchanges in the new BPL season, it looks as if the league’s key...

Dr Errol Sweeney
A cheat is a cheat is a cheat
You can dress it up any way you want to. A cheat is a cheat is a cheat.

Carol Radull
International weeks 'mean little' to Kenyans
The ultimate football experience for a fan is watching the Fifa World Cup which is held every four...